After a sold-out series of summer events, Glasgow’s Hutchesons City Grill has announced an exclusive Argentinian Uncorked Series No.6 Wine Dinner to take place on Wednesday 25 September.

The evening promises to take guests on a five-course voyage to Argentina’s most famous wine region, Mendoza, with its unique terroir and unparalleled natural beauty.

The exclusive event is in partnership with Bodega Argento – the largest organic wine producer in Mendoza, Argentina – and marks their sixth Uncorked wine series with Hutchesons in the stylish 158 Club Lounge.

Hosted by UK Ambassador Pippa Townley from Bodega Argento of Blends Wine Estates, the evening is a celebration of bold and emblematic wines from Bodega Argento with a delicious Scottish menu to match.

From 7pm, guests to the event will savour a specially created five-course tasting menu by their head chef Jean-Paul Giraud, with matched fruity, vibrant Argentinian wines.

Argentinian wine dinner

Picture: asrgento winery

Featured wines include the extraordinary Argento Reserva Organic Malbec – with black fruits, violet flowers and a velvety finish. A ruby red, rich and spicy Reserve Cabernet Franc and Bodega Argento’s beautifully balanced, sophisticated and aromatic Malbec Rose.

Speaking of the event Co-Founder of Rusk & Rusk, James Rusk said: “The winemaking team at Bodega Argento are true masters of their art, captivating the vibrancy of Buenos Aires and the renowned wine region of Mendoza.

“Their wines are not only celebrated the world over but they are organic, elegant and incredibly created on their winery at the foot of the Andes mountain range.

“We can’t wait to welcome them to Hutchesons and let our guests try more of Argento’s award-winning portfolio.”

Uncorked Series N0.6 – “Discover Argentina, a land of contrasts and extreme altitudes” is on sale now priced at £50 per person.

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